I Love the New Millennium

Season 1 Episode 1

2003

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Aired Weekdays 9:00 PM Jun 24, 2008 on VH1
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The pop culture of 2003 is remembered, with segments on Arnold Schwarzenegger's rise to California's governorship, FOX's Joe Millionaire, 50 Cent's "In da Club", the trucker hat fad, Michael Jackson's child molestation trial, and Finding Nemo.

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    Freddy Lockhart

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    Angelica Bridges

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    Carlos Alazraqui

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      • Emmy Rossum: (on The O.C.) Ben McKenzie is kind of, like, the wifebeater-wearing, broody, really kind of messed up.
        Jake Fogelnest: And then he's adopted by Peter Gallagher's eyebrows.

      • Gilbert Gottfried: There was one moment that was truly touching and beautiful. When they announced his first 'not guilty' verdict a woman released a white dove. What killed that moment is when Michael Jackson caught the dove and f***ed it.

      • John Aboud: (on Pirates of the Caribbean) Orlando Bloom really should rethink signing on to projects where he will be out-acted by a monkey.
        Michael Colton: Man, some Orlando Bloom hatin' goin' on.
        John Aboud: For no reason, really.
        Michael Colton: Nah, he sucks.
        John Aboud: Yeah, f*** him.

      • Rachel Quaintance: I love when people hate America, but then they, like, so pine for the things that we have here, like Saddam with his Doritos.
        Steve Bridges: (imitating President Bush) Where was he getting his Doritos? Is the 7-Eleven in Baghdad back yet? And if they did, was it some Caucasian fellow working there?

      • Wil Wheaton: The Lord of the Rings trilogy restored balance to The Force after the Star Wars prequels ruined everything that was awesome about being a nerd at the movies.

      • Michael Ian Black: I never understood how Michael Jackson could stay so popular until I saw his fans. And his fans are f****** crazy!

      • Jake Fogelnest: (on the McGriddle) I always feel good about ingesting a bread that has an embossment.

      • Chris Jericho: (on the McGriddle) We have now gone into the future. The Jetsons-era meal where everything is all combined into one.

      • Jake Fogelnest: [Clay Aiken]'s a very tiny little man...
        Loni Love: ...with these bifocal glasses on.
        Jenna von Oy: He's got really red hair.
        Michael Ian Black: He looked like Pippi Longstocking...
        Jake Fogelnest: ...with the voice of a large black woman.

      • Molly Culver: I don't even know what [Clay Aiken's] appeal is, 'cause I don't think he has any. I just like it... him... it.

      • Shanna Moakler: I was obsessed with [Joe Millionaire]. I was so obsessed with it that I found out I was pregnant on the finale, and I literally peed on the stick, and I put the stick down because I was, like, 'I have to go see who he's gonna pick!'

      • Freddy Lockhart: In 2003 Michael Jackson was accused of child molestation... again.

      • Luenell: (on 50 Cent's "In da Club") I'm just so daggone glad we have a new birthday song, 'cause "Happy Birthday to You" is played, already.

      • Calros Alazraqui: [Dave Chappelle]'s black Klansman bit was probably one of the most brilliant sketches ever put on TV.

      • Rachel Quaintance: I remember [Arnold Schwarzenneger] really tying in every single awful, cheesy quote from his crappy movies and, like, using them to spin, you know, wonderful things. 'Hasta la vista to minimum wage.'

      • Chris Booker: 'Have I seen the Paris Hilton sex tape?' Are you on crack? Of course I've seen the Paris Hilton sex tape.

      • Ant: The king of all metrosexuals, easily, has got to be Ryan Seacrest.

      • Michael Ian Black: The nice thing about this show is every decade there's something else to say about Michael Jackson.

      • Michael Ian Black: (wearing a trucker hat) There was a moment in time when this, inexplicably, was all the rage.

      • Greg Fitzsimmons: Paris Hilton was a pioneer. She started the whole new 'rich whore' thing.

      • Michael Ian Black: (on the metrosexual trend) It's like combining the heterosexuality of a straight guy with the intelligence of a gay guy.

      • Simon Doonan: The O.C. was cheesy and superficial and turgid, and I loved it.

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